Album: Skeleton Tree (2016)
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  • Nick Cave duets with Danish soprano Else Torp on this haunting track. Torp was first championed by Cave in 2013, when he chose her version of Robert Burns' "My Heart's In The Highlands" to appear on a compilation CD put together by Mojo magazine.
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